Top Ten Tuesday: Book With a Unit of Time in the Title


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Green plants surrounding an analogue clock. An hour was the unit of time I chose for this week’s prompt. Let’s see which book titles fit this theme.

1. Cocktail Hour Under the Tree of Forgetfulness by Alexandra Fuller

2. The Silent Hour (Lincoln Perry, #4) by Michael Koryta

3. The Shadow Hour (The Girl at Midnight, #2) by Melissa Grey

4. The Golden Hour (Time-Travel Series, #1) by Maiya Williams

6. Hour of the Bees by Lindsay Eagar
8. The Mirk and Midnight Hour by Jane Nickerson
10. Visiting Hours by Shane L. Koyczan
I normally try to respond to Top Ten Tuesday posts with books that I’ve read, but this time I could only find examples of books that fit this theme that I have not read yet.
If you’ve read anything on this list, I’d love to hear your opinion of it!

 

84 Responses to Top Ten Tuesday: Book With a Unit of Time in the Title

  1. There are so many with the word hour! When I looked at the word “month” it was almost entirely books about dieting, exercising, and otherwise achieving goals. Seems like “hour” tends to be a lot of fiction!

    • Oh, that’s interesting. I guess it makes sense for books with the word “month” in them to be about starting new healthy habits. 🙂

      And, yeah, “hour” was lots of fiction for sure.

  2. Great list! I’m so impressed that you managed to come up with a full list of books that only used the word hour – I couldn’t come up with a list of books using any unit of time!

  3. I think I would have had an easier time if I had focused on one word. I have two books on my Goodreads list with “hour” in them: The Forgiving Hour by Robin Lee Hatcher and The Hour That Changes the World: A Practical Plan for Personal Prayer by Dick Eastman.

    • Thank you. I’m glad you like his work! I’ll have to give it a shot sometime. Do you have a favourite book of his that is a good place to start?

  4. I love the Cocktail Hour title! If I’m remembering correctly, this is the same author who wrote a memoir that I read years ago but never forgot — Don’t Let’s Go To the Dogs Tonight. I’d like to read more of her works!

  5. Wow, I’m impressed that not only were you able to find 10 books with unit of time in the title, but also that they are all the same unit of time 😱 Congrats!🎉

  6. I rarely have read all of the books I feature on my Top Ten lists, but do try to feature only ones I still own. This week I wish I could have found more to fit. But we managed something so I guess that counts. 🙂 Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland on this week.

  7. Sorry I can’t help you with this not having read any of these books. I don’t think I could have done a list of 10 just focused on the word hour so kudos to you for having a go

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